For the 8.5 wheel, you need an 8-10 mm spacer.<br> For the 9.5 wheel, you need at least a 12mm spacer.<br> <br> Also the bolts are different so you would need to force the lugs in the first time to make them work. The stock CLK lug bolts are 12x1.5 The AMG CL wheel uses 14x1.5 bolts.<br> <br> H&R sells spacers but I'm not sure what widths they offer. You could probably use the one's for the Audi A4 as well since they're the same bolt pattern.<br> <br> I used to have these wheels on.<br> <br> Good luck and post pics.<p>gk.un.org
I WILL DEF POST PICS > BUT ONE MORE QUESTION FRANK!!
THANKS FOR YOUR PICS!! I GOT THE SAME WHEELS IN CHROME!!<br> <br> 19 BY 8.5 IN FRONT<br> 19 BY 9.5 IN REAR<br> <br> SO I CAN'T USE 10 MM SPACERS ALL AROUND. ALSO WHERE CAN I GET THE BULTS AND SPACERS THAT FIT FOR THIS SET UP!! YOUR CAR LOOKS HOT!! THOSE ARE 8.5 ALL AROUND RIGHT. IF YOU HAVE SOME #'S I CAN CALL IT WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED!! THANKS SO MUCH!!<br> <br> NICK<p>spider-mtc-td042.proxy.aol.com
Nick or who can help,<br> <br> I am looking to buy an '02 CLK430 Coupe but I'm having a problem accepting the new style wheel for one reason. It seems that the machined edge of the wheel has lost it's flat, deep appearance like the '00 and '01 years. It is very shallow and rolls downward into the tire now. I like the mean appearance of a deep SL Sport wheel. The CLK55 Cab has that lip I want but I hate the rivet look. Your picture of the '02 BLK Cab seems to have more of the edge I'm looking for( or maybe it's the picture). Can you help me? What are the pictures of and do you have more?
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